Local Notes Whaff New? Latest in haircuts and styles by Edna. 129 W. Colton. 793-5673. x ^9a CorveHe Sting Ray coupe. Private party. 793-4473 or 793-2271. \\ ^ ^gjpj. jjas appeared be Echo in the North t^^ecn city and county officials At 6:12 p.m. today Echo I will:over a siN-year-old agreement be five degrees above the Northjon the sharing of sales ta.x I receipts. There is a growing feeling City, County in rift over sales tax share star, moving northeast. 19St Lincoln Capri 2 Door the sales tax sharing agreement "was never intended to under' WTite new county buildings not included in the bond issue, I've made considerable sfudy of the facts in the mat- Hardtop. FuU power, automaticUg Redland.s City Council, that transmission, radio, tutone tur- „ ,^3,^. „f 53,^^ quoise and white. S695. A. C. - Almind, 402 Orange, 792-5211., ^^^^^^ Free San Francisco Vacation when you purchase a '64 Buick o£ your choice. Get full details at Bert S. Hatfield Buick. E. Redlands Blvd. at 7th. x One Chair Appointment Only With Ray Aranda, 4 barbers, free parking. Bill's Barber Shop, 7 W. Colton, 792-8472. x Very Old Walnut Pump Organ completely reconditioned. Home Furniture, 515 Orange. x Surfboards $49.50. Pratt Bros. Sporting Goods. a51 E. Citrus. x New Car Announcement Lease 1964 Jlcrcury, get free maintenance up to 40,000 miles. Ask Leo Crane at Jim Glaze Leasing. 793-2141 or 793-4772 (eves.). We lease all makes. xjl95S bond issue. Angle Will be Back I ^''^ Councilman in Harris' Beauty Salon Friday, March 6, Dial 793-3960. x St. Patrick's Day Cards, Gifts Serr Stationery, 208 E. State St. X Closing Out All winter coats, Her Majesty. from $19.50. X To Lecture on Wine Dr. Maynard White, chairman of the Enology Department, • University of California - Davis, will lecture on the "Flavors of Wme", March 10 at 8:15 p.m.. Room 3000 of the Social Sciences Building, University of Califor^ nia-Riverside. He has long en among citv officials, includingjter," HartzeU noted, "and I find no reference to sharing excess sales tax revenues for the purpose of expanding the county building program." "I'm sure this was never contemplated and I'm not sure this is a proper use of these funds," he declared. The San Bernardino City Council decided Monday to back a plan to reduce the county's share from 7','i per cent to per cent. Redlands officials appeared to favor a similar reduction, but decided to take no official action for two weeks. One of the reasons for their delay was the absence of Mayor Charles C. Parker and Councilman Robert Wagner at last night's meeting. Meanwhile, members of the County Board of Supervisor's voiced their opposition to re- ducmg the sales tax distribution and appeared unwilling to yield. They maintain the percentages are set in the agreements which have about 12 more years to run. taxes collected with the cities Such a move might free an additional S8.500 a year for use in Redlands and as much as $63,000 for San Bernardino. An agreement adopted by the Redlands City Council in Nov. 1957 commits the city to contributing 7'.i per cent of the 1 per cent sales tax collected in the city to the county for retirement of bonds authorized by county voters in 1956 to finance construction of county buildings. Other cities enacted identical agreements. City officials now contend, however, that the V/2 per cent generates more money than is needed to retire the bonds. The county has been using the surplus to finance building construction not covered by the WiUiam T. HartzeU declared last night that Supervisor S. Wesley Break advised the cities against hasty action "before tearing t h e house down." He pointed out that the 7V4 per cent the county gets from cities is matched by sales tax revenue from unincorporated areas and put into a capital outlay fund. Break noted further thai cities aren't losing a portion of their sales tax revenue as they were before entering the uniform sales tax agreement with the county. Under the old setup, persons living outside the cities did not pay the sales tax. Supervisor Paul J. Young favors a bigger, rather than a smaller,' share of the tax re- ciepts for the county. He thinks a 25 to 40 per cent share for the county would be fau: since appro.ximalely one-third of the sales taxes collected by cities is paid by shoppers from the unincorporated areas. Board of Supervisors Chairman Nancy Smith contends that the county buildings con structed from sales tax revenue serve city residents as well as residents of unincorporated areas. "We're talking about trading dollars when we should talk about how best to serve the people," .she stated. Taylor to testify in Washington Council passes freeway sign recommendations Cement coating of water line starts Thursday Lining of a city water main under Fern avenue with a cement coat from Redlands boulevard to San Mateo street will start tomorrow. Water Superintendent Emmctt Lov.ry said today. The 35-day project will not ^^^^ ;„ i ,w,(„..„ „l'!inconvcnicnce Fern avenue res- gaged m laboratory research on „.,,„ „.„ .„ K 1 ,00 .„,„.I,,^,„^ ..T ,w „i 'dents who wiU be served by wines, has co-aulhored "Table Wines" which won an award from the French government, and has recently loured wine in-,;^^ ,^ j,,^ dustnes in Europe, Russia and-,^„.,.„ ,^c,„.,.„, Japan. a temporary pipe laid in the gutter. "There will be no ap prcciable affect on water serv- Ortii Funeral Requiem Mass for Mrs. Guadalupe Ortiz was held Tuesday at 8:00 a.m. from St. Mary Church. Rev. Ricardo Meza, pastor officiated. Pallbearers were: Louie Neri, Stephen AgcaoiU, Joe Cruz, Frank Rodriguez, James Castello, Alexander Ortez. Burial Lowry assurred. Lowry stated that the project involves the spraying of a con Crete lining inside a 16-inch main from Redlands High School to Cajon street and inside a 12-inch main from Cajon to San Mateo. The lining will close leaks and improve the flow of water through the pipes. The work will require the cut- was at Hillside Memorial Park.[ting of a hole in the Fern avc- Emmcrson Redlands Mortuaryjnue pavement every 500 to 600 in ciiargc. Logwood Funeral Funeral services for Mrs. Henrietta L. Logwood were held "Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. from Emmerson's Redlands Chapel. Rev. Mark L. .Andrews, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, officiated. Pallbearers were: Joseph P. Buoye, Homer Cape hart Frank Jacinto, Joseph B. Rezendes, J. L. Gilmore and Charles Bruckas, Burial was at Hillside Memorial Park. Emmersoh Redlands -Mortuary in charge. feet, Lowry said. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Announcemenf of ' Services • HINSON, Ed. Lrr 11:00 a.m. Today ... Valley Chapel Loma Linda NETTLETO-X. Harry • • \ 1:00 p.m. Today ; Yucaipa Chapel ' BERRY. Hezckiah 2:00 p.m. Today Redlands Chapel MALDONADA, Jlrs. Timotea Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Tonight Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 9:00 a-.m. Thursday St. Mary's CathoUc Church QUAID, Mrs. Mildred 1:00 p.m. Thursday • Yucaipa Chapel ROEMER, Max 2:30 p.m. Thursday Vucaipa Chapel GARCI.^, Genaro Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Friday Redlands Chapel 10:00 a.m. Saturday Graveside, Hillside Jlemorial Park Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels TOJ IROOKSIDE AVE, 7M.J44'. About People Peter Hucko, who has been manager of Redlands Country club since Uie opening of the new clubhouse, is a patient at Redlands Community hospital where ho was taken after suf- fermg an attack due to high blood pressure cn route home from his work at the club Saturday night. Vital Records BIRTHS WELTER — Bom, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welter, Rt. 1, Box 389-A, Colton March 3, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. SCOTT — Bom, a aaughter, fo Mr. and Mrs. William Scott, 338 Erwin street, CaUmesa March 3, 1964. at Redlands Community hospital. Marriage Licenses Issued DAVIS-MYERS — Ralph R. Da vis, 39, Redlands; and Catherine T. Myers, 36, Calimesa (Issued in Las Vegas) FLOOD-FARMER — Dennis Lee Flood, 22, and Kathleen Farm cr 21; both Yucaipa. (Issue-i in Las Vegas) BE.-W - LEARY — Leslie R Bean, 19, San Bernardino and Jean Leary, 18, Redlands SPURLOCK-WIGGANS — John H. Spurlock, 71, and Mary J Wiggans, 73; both Yucaipa. Weather Feb. -4 Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 69 7.1 69 64 !1ZZZ 75 80 _ _ 80 62 _ 69 - 65 64 61 - 61 69 80 82 _ 70 _ 71 72 nalnfall Temp. 24 Hours •40 See. son Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 2R Feb. 27 . . Feb. 2R .. Feb. 23 ... March 1 . ; March 2 ^!ar^h .1 . March 4 , . 69 . 55 65 . 69 . 65 61 . 66 .53 65 . 6a 37 41 33 40 37 40 41 .19 34 32 Xi 41 35 40 43 50 37 37 4S .17 41 .11 32 36 41 35 41 33 36 .02 8.13 .14 8.24 ".47 's.ai Announcemenf of Funeral Services CHARLES SHARRITT BERKLEY Graveside services 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, at Hillside Jlemorial Park. MRS. EMJIA (Worthmg) W.4TS0N Services 11:00 a.m., Friday, at the F. Arthur Cort- ncr Chapel. f. ARTHUR CORTNER DEATHS WATSON' — Died in San Bernardino, California, March 3954, Mrs. Emma (Worthing) Watson. 7388 Guthrie street San Bernardmo. aged 76 years, native of Oklahoma and resident of San Bernardino for 21 years. Funeral services will be Fri day morning at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortncr Chapel, Rev. Daryl C. Wildermuth, pastor of the St. Paul Lutheran Church, of Highland, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. GARCIA — Died in San Ber- nardmo, Calif., February 28, 1964, Genaro Garcia, 266 High street, Redlands, Calif., aged 37 years, native of East High lands, Calif., and resident of Redlands area for 37 years. Deceased is survived by bis wife Arvina Prudholm Garcia, San Bernardino and the following children: Ronald; Genaro Jr.; David Lee; Manuel Ray; Doris Marie; Diana Maria; Linda Ann: Rosalie, all of San Bernardino and the following brothers and sisters: Charlie Garcia, Mentone; Eugene Garcia, Bryn Mawr; Louie Garcia, San Bernardino; Josie Flores, Redlands; Gloria Garcia, Redlands, Isabell Garcia, Mentone. Recitation of the Rosary Friday at 7 p.m. at Emmerson Redlands Mortuary Chapel, Brookside avenue at Center street. ROEMER — Died in Yucaipa, Calif., March 2. 1964, Max Roemer, 35239 Ave. D., Yucaipa, aged 77 years, native of Germany and resident of Vucaipa for 19 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, Florence Roemer of Yucaipa, and the following sons: Marshall Anderson, Brea and Thomas Anderson, South Gate. Also 6 grandchildren and the following brother and sister: Johannes Roemer of Bakersfield, and Jliss Martha Roemer, Bakersfield. Funeral services will be held Thursday, 2:30 p.m. at the Em-' merson Yucaipa Mortuary chapel. Rev. Wm. B, Sloan, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiating. Interment in Montecito Memorial Park. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will End a ready mar-; ket through Classified Ads. WILLIAM G. MOOBB, PobUlher. FRANK E. MOOBE. Editor. Published evti7 •vnimi (except Sundayi »t Faces buildtnc, 700 Brook- >ide at Center. Redlands, CalifomU Founded October 23, 1890. 74Ui year. Entered *s second class matter Uctober 23. 1S90. at t)i« Post Office nt Redlands. CallforBia, under act of .March 3. 1678. SUBSCRIPTION RATE iln Advance) By Carrier OeUTtrr One Msnth 1 1J« three .Months 4.511 Sii Uopthi tso One Vesr : Driver hurt as car hits pole Mrs. Jo Ann O'Neil of Mentone suffered painful but apparently not serious injuries short ly after noon today when her car collided with a utility pole near Nevada and Lugonia in West Redlands. Her daughter. Tammy, about S, was riding with her hut was uninjured. Mrs. O'Neil, whose address was listed as 1311 Beryl, Men tone, suffered a head bump, a three-inch laceration on her arm and numerous bruises. She was taken to Redlands Community hospital by Redlands Ambulance and was scheduled to be kept overnight for observation. Her car reportedly demolished in the crash. Norton tax check over $2V2 million Redlands City Attorney Edward F. Taylor is one of five Califoraians who will testify before a U. S. Senate committee next week on proposed water rights legislation. Taylor, an expert in water litigation, will appear Monday before the Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs which is conducting a two-day hearing in Washington D.C. on Senate Bill 1275 authored by Sen. Thomas Kuchel of Call fomia. Other members of the California delegation are State .\t- toraey Stanley Slosk, former State Bar President Burham Enersen of San Francisco, former Department of Water Resources director Harvey 0. Banks, and Northcntt Ely, the state's special counsel for the Colorado River suit. Taylor will represent 1,500 cities and counties of the National Institute of Municipal Law Officers. He is national chairman of the Institute's water law committee. The Redlands city attorney explained that SB 1275 is designed to define the relationship of federal, state and local governments in the appropriation of water. 'It gives assurances to all non - federal entities including cities and water districts that water rights will not be wiped out by paramoimc claims as sorted on behalf of the United States, . "The legislation would make the Federal government subject to state law in claiming water rights, and would require the Federal government to pay just compensation when it lakes over such rights," Taylor said. He described the Senate hearings as "a big moment" in the water rights controversy and stated, "Unless we pass legislation defining where Federal rights stop, state programs such as the Feather River project may be adversely affected or even delayed." A slate of formal recommendations for changes in directional signs on the Redlands Freeway was passed on to the state Division of Highways last mght by the City Council. The Council had authorized formulation of the sign changes several weeks ago. It is hoped the new directional signs will eliminate confusion among motorists coming off the freeway into Redlands. Proposed changes for cast bound lanes are as follows:. 1—Erect a ground level sign on both sides of traffic lanes between Nevada and Alabama to read: "Redlands Next 5 Exits." State to determine proper location. 2—Change existing overhead signs about 1,000 feet west of Alabama from "Redlands Exit Vi Mile" to "Tennessee Street Exit Vi! Mile." 3—Change two ground level signs located 500 feet west of Alabama from "Redlands Right Lane" to Tennessee Street Right Lane." 4—Change overhead sign about 1.400 feet west of Tennessee street from "Redlands" to "Tennessee Street." Proposed changes for westbound lanes are as follows: 1—Erect a ground level sign on both sides of traffic lanes between Wabash and Ford street to read: "Redlands Next 5 E.\its. 2—Consider the deletion of two "Redlands Right Lane" Redlands Daily facts Wed., March 4,1964 ^ 5 Go-Kart crash fatal to police officer in wash Gary Don Little. 26. a Riverside police officer, was fatal- lly injured about 12:30 p.m. to- signs located 1,500 feet west ofj^ay when the steering on his Wabash. 3—Change existing "Redlands" sign west of Ford street to "Redlands Blvd." On other matters before it yesterday, the Council took the following actions: —Adopted all Planning Com mission recommendations, excepting a lot split request by James B. Smith which was postponed at the request of the applicant. —Approved three suhdiW- sions totaling 113 lots in the vicinity of Highland avenue north of the Redlands Freeway. —Set March 17 as the date for a public hearing on a zoning ordinance amendment relating to incidental commercial uses permitted within .-Xdmini- strative-Professional districts. Air Force enlisting for April NORTON AFB, - With the dispatch of a check for S2,- 668,161 recently the San Bernardino Air Materiel Area's Accounting and Finance Division completed payment of 1963 with holding taxes for Norton A i r Force Base miUtary and civilian employes. The check represented the last installment of 514,360,467 in tax es withheld from the pay of Norton's AFB's approximately 13, 500 military and, civilian em ployes during 1963. Included in the figure were sums withheld for Federal withholding and Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) as well as state taxes withheld for civilian em ployes whose duty stations are in other stales. Of the total withheld, over S10.6 million was contributed by the civilian component at Norton AFB while $3.7 million was deducted from the Air Force personnel. The total base payroll is well over $100 million annually. No evidence of excessive referral found S.-\NTA BARBARA (UPI)-An investigating committee of the California Medical Association said Monday it could find no evidence to support charges of excessive referral of patients" to specialists in Santa Barbara County. A group of general practice physicians known as "doctors Investment Fund Associates," had issued the charge along with an accusation that surgical privileges were being denied qualified general practitioners. The .Mr Force enlistment quota for March has been filled for Southern California and the Air Force is now acceptmg appHca- fions for enlistments for April, according to Master Sergeant Ray McEwen, local Air Force recruiter. Persons interested in joining the Air Force during April through June should contact the Air Force Recruiting Office now and start their initial application. Initial application consists of taking the official Air Force Qualification (Aptitude) Test. This test is administered each Monday and Thursday mornings at 8:30 a.m., without any obligation, at 327 Court street in San Bernardino. RJHS to collect clothes for needy An all-out effort to collect usable clothing for needy families m Lower California is being launched this week by students of Redlands Junior High School, according to Paul L. Liim, vice principal in charge of student activities. All students are urged by the student council to bring clothing which is clean and in a good state of repair to their home rooms any momiDS this weeK The clothing is weighed in in order to determine which room brings the most clothing. Stu dents in charge of the drive arc Mike Cauthron, Cassie Boyd, Pat Hahn, Ken Kraner, David Payton, and Christine Franck. All of the work required to transport the clothing to Lower California and distribute it is done by volunteer help. This drive is a part of the work di reeled by the Save-the-Children Federation in which many junior and senior high schools in California are participating. Announce winners of HIHS science fair Police woman saves baby LONDON (UPI) - A young policewoman who knew it was "either him or me" today snatched an 18-month-old baby from its father as he threatened to jump from a precarious perch on a rooftop iron railing three stories above the ground. Policewoman Margaret (Maggie) Clelland, 23, ran forward to save the child as fire and police officials stood below holding canvas sheets. A crowd of more than 100 persons broke into screams as .Miss Clelland. a dark-haired Scotswoman and veteran of three years on the force, grabbed the baby and fell backwards onto the roof. "I don't remember feeling scared," Miss Clelland said. 'All r could think about was saving the baby. I knew it was either him or me. He kept saying he was going to jump." Trade for peaceful coexistence One Mratli Br Hall _5 DURHAM, N.C. (UPI) - Ed «in P. Neiland, head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, indicated Monday his organiza tion is abandoning its stand against trade with Communist nations. Neiland, a Wilmington, Del., banker, said a new policy •ould be announced at the chamber's policy committee meeting on April 29. "East-West trade is the best means for peaceful coexist ence," he said. 7 COME 11 ' HONOLULU (UPI) — PoUce broke up a rolling crap game Monday among off-duty bus drivers cruising m a Honolulu rapid transit company bus. The ](.Hbus was number 711. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Mar. 4 (UPI) — RcpresentaUve prices by size, and grade all orange auction! markets: S6s 72s Furst grade 5.95 5.34 Second grade....— 3.73 113s 138s 1&3s First "grade 3.69 3.55 3.57 Second grade....3.14 3.07 — Trend: Higher. NEW YORK (UPI)-Citru» re-' port: • • California Navels: 11 cars, half boxes $3.87, Mrs. Watson dies in San Bernardino Mrs. Emma (Worthing) Watson, who lived in Redlands for 41 years before moving to San Bernardino 21 years ago. died there yesterday at the age of, 76. Mrs. Watson was a native of Oklahoma. At one time she served as president of the Women's Relief Corps of San Bcrnar dino. She leaves two sons, Leroy E. Worthing and Wilford G. Worthing, both of San Bernardino: a brother, Harry Riddle of Del Rosa; a sister, Mrs. Grace Irby of Garden Grove; 12 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Funeral services are arranged for 11 a.m. Friday at the F. Arthur Cortner chapel in Redlands with Rev. Daryl C. Wildermuth, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church in Highland, officiating. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. Supervisors remind judge of criticism Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. March 4 fUPI' —I be Cgft: Prices to retailers f.o.b. to dls-l tributor plants ideUvered l^a cents hijhen: AA extra large -Hli^^. A extra large 43'i-»Si-.. AA large 37 '2 -4I >3. A large 33W-36H. B large 3l "j -32 '3. AA medium 33'j-364. A medium ai'^^ii. AA small 27'i- 30 '5. A smaU 23^-281,. Prices to constxiners: AA large 4957. A large 49-53, AA medium 4S-53. A medium 47-49. AA smaU 43-47. A small 40-43. Poultry: Fryers 17-13. roaster* 21- M. light type hens 4-3 wtd. a»g. 4.60. hens cross 5-64 -wtd. avg. 5.60; turkeys: young toms over 2S lbs. 21, Iryer roasters 21. SAN BERNARDINO (CNS) County Grand Jury criticism of m.afiy phases of county government operation has gotten under the skin of the Board of Supervisors, it was disclosed at the Board's Monday session. Judge John Knauf, presiding justice in the Superior Court; appeared before Supervisors Monday to ask for their back- mg for a pay increase for court reporters. He said a bill is before the State Legislature providing for $11,280 per year, compared with the present rate of $9,600. I But Supervisors reminded the 4 13' judge that the grand jury re- ^•jg ported that reporters are working on outside projects on Umc paid for by the coimty. Judge Knauf said this report was the result of the opinion ol only one judge. Unless a pay raise is granted, he said, reporters will be lost to other- counties. Supervisors said tjiey would like tim.e to think it over. They indicated they are against outside work on county time. They also said they did not want to put in the position of appearing to go against the Grand Jury. Winners at the Redlands Jim ior High School annual science fair, which took place last night, were announced today by David G. Farquhar, chairman of the science department. Ninth grade prize wmners were: first place, Jim Fitch, On rockets, Ued for first place with Roger Seasholts, on rocket fuel testers. Second place went to David Moy for his project on Chromotograpby. Eigth grade winners were first place, Beverly Branson, rat diet; seond place, Lmda Andrews, solar system: third place, Mary Wintergerst, heart; Alternates were Curtis Cjfr- away, tinker-toy chemistry, and Jfartha Eisenberg, mold. Seventh grade winners were first place, Pam Tyree, tornado generator; second, Pamela Cummings, embryology; 'third, Pat Bradley, baking experiment; alternates were Sally Blackwell, mechanical ear, and David Eurich, rat maze. Other participants were eighth grade: Brenda Kinslow, Susan Stcig, Glenna Richardson, Pat Johnson. Susan Cornelius. Jeff Campbell, Karol Katjc. Bob Lawrence. Seventh grade: Sandra Bellah, Julia Hain. Carol McGee, Kyra Schroeder, Kathleen Rouse, Susan Breihan, Art Harrison, Debbie Sutterfield, Marti Stacey, Patty N e a 1, Larry Knapp. Rodney Gatcb, Sally Blackwell, Mike Ball. Susan - Parrott, Dale Gieschen, Dorothy Ann Smith, Debbie Bregger, Eddy Walker, Pat Faltarini. Sharon Rasraussen, Louise Scholte, Tom Fitch, David Eurich. Lisa Mariyama, Cmdy Glass, Tom Clmgman, Tom Brundage. Betty Warrington, Gayle Schott, Greg Soto, Anthony Serrano, Tern Nelson, Vicki Martin, Terry Melgugin, and Priscilla Grigsby. small go-kart failed and he ran underneath a car parked beside the track. The accident occurred on the "Karting Kapers" track located just off .Alabama street below the bluff in the Santa Ana wash. Both the California Highway Patrol and Redlands city police were on the scene to investigate. According (0 the CHP, the victim was racing his small go- kart around the track. When the steering malfunctioned, the go-kart rammeti into and beneath the rear of a car parked adjacent to the asphalt track. He was taken to Redlands Community hospital by Redlands Ambulance but was dead on arrival. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stocks took a turn for the worse in the last hour today. Youngstown Shet managed * small gain in the steels. A newspaper report described the company as turning in one of the most impressive performances in the steel industry. General Motors paced a firm auto section. Chemicals worked slightly lower. Electronics were down sharply led by IBM, Min- neapoh's-Honeywell, Control Data, Beckman and Litton. Dow Jones Stack Avtrigts High Low Clos* Chgs. 30 ind 810.19 800.80 804.70 Off 1.02 20 rrs 192.33 190.12 191.04 off 0.65 15 utl 141.27 139.59 140.21 up 0.07 65 stk 283.40 280.11281.45 Off 0.41 Sales today were abotit 5.25 million shares compared with 5.35 million shares Tuesday. IS Most ActiT* Stacks (Dew-Jones SetTlee. Coittesy Lester, BroBS • Ca.) 20s E. SUIe Volame Close Chnr. l-WM Chrysler 43U - 'i !);,30O .Sperry Rsnd l>4» 90.000 R.C.A. (new) W, 81,600 Ford 5.".>4 St .ftOO Gen. Dynamics— .11 6fiJ)00 Gen. Motors _ Sl'k Kjm Erie Lack. i'i, :,3.SII0 Went. Elec .-.1,100 Reynolds Mils »9 44 ..-,0O Cerro __ SSH 43.0l )a .<tta<Iel>aker J -i.-OO RsTthenn 11.000 Parke Davi 7,n.:i>» Xrrox :;T .500 . 20 '4 Gen. Tel. Elec. J!»i. - •» - 'i - : -I'i - »i - 'i - «i Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. INSURANCE AETNA C « S CO. EMPLOYER'S GROUP MARYLAND CASUALTY CO. NATL. AUTO CLUB "YOUR PROTEC1IOM IS MY BUSINESS" JACK W. ROSE 793-3134 41& E. Redlands Blvd. Redlands Redlands DISCOUNT Wallpaper Store 25e-3Sc-45c-4Se -aSc Horn* Owners Paint Store » West State, Redlands Free to every Calif omian 65 or over who worries about medical bills Mail the coupon below for your free folder. It tells you how a new law has enabled 62 leading insurance companies to combine their resources for just one purpose: to bring you more adequate health insurance than ever before possible. You get generous benefits, yet the premiiuns are reasonable. Sons and daughters may enroll their parents without their signature. No physical exam. No health questionnaire. No upper age limit. Spouses may be covered regardless of age. Your individual coverage caimot be cancelled because of your long or repeated illness. For your free folder on Western 65, fill out and mail the coupon'below. Or call an insurance agent today. Any on* of them will gladly help you choose the coveragt best suited to your needs. Hurry! Enrollment ends midnight; Mireh 31,1964 Pfease mail me the complete fofder on Western 65. ! I understand there is no obligation. "' ." ' ' - • WESTERN 65 Dept. L ! Box 65, Los Angeles, Calif. 90054 | Name. Address. (PLEASE PRINT) City- No. 69 -Zone. -SUteJ.
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